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Why is dipyridamole on beer labels?
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Dr. Louis Grenzer
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: What are u drinking?
Well i never saw this on a beer label.
Caution is advised in taking that drug with alcohol because of bleeding issues but i never saw it on a label. Certainly, the drug is not an ingredient of any beer so it could be a warning but i never saw it. What brand of beer did you see that on and how much did you drink? http://www.funnyforwards.com/beerwarninglabels.htm.

In brief: What are u drinking?
Well i never saw this on a beer label.
Caution is advised in taking that drug with alcohol because of bleeding issues but i never saw it on a label. Certainly, the drug is not an ingredient of any beer so it could be a warning but i never saw it. What brand of beer did you see that on and how much did you drink? http://www.funnyforwards.com/beerwarninglabels.htm.
Dr. Louis Grenzer
Dr. Louis Grenzer
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Dr. Alan Wartenberg
Addiction Medicine
In brief: It is?????
Don't know what kind of beer you are drinking, but I have never heard of this.
Dipyridamole is a drug which can cause increased bleeding and bruising, and beer is the last place it should be. If this was actually on a label, and not a joke someone is playing on you, it is dangerous and should be reported to the fda or your local consumer protection agency.

In brief: It is?????
Don't know what kind of beer you are drinking, but I have never heard of this.
Dipyridamole is a drug which can cause increased bleeding and bruising, and beer is the last place it should be. If this was actually on a label, and not a joke someone is playing on you, it is dangerous and should be reported to the fda or your local consumer protection agency.
Dr. Alan Wartenberg
Dr. Alan Wartenberg
Thank
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